Last week, Chip stoked the flames when he shared a video reportedly showing Stormzy turning up outside his flat seemingly ready for a confrontation.
The Oopsie Daisy rapper then dropped a diss track titled Flowers, in which he sent further shots at the Vossi Bop hitmaker.
Hours later, Wiley resurfaced on social media months after being banned to weigh in on the feud and warned Stormzy, who he beefed with earlier this year, to ‘be careful’.
With Stormzy still remaining silent on Chip’s send, Wiley has decided to stir the pot once again, this time vowing to come for his other rivals Dizzee Rascal and Skepta too.
In videos circulating on social media, Wiley said: ‘Oi, if you don’t reply mate [Stormzy], I will bury all three of you and I’m not joking… If you don’t reply Stormzy in a few days time, yours, Skepta’s, Dizzee’s, all of your head tops are coming off. No cap [lie].’
‘Remember all that 24 hours talk… bruv, even when they said that I was like, how can anyone tell me about any hours? I’m a quick fast replier. I don’t let no war hang, about you’re telling me about 24 hours. Are you dumb?
‘Telling me what to do, you idiot. Where are you now?’
Calling for the clash to continue, Wiley went on: ‘Bruv no cap, I wanna see Stormzy vs. Chipmunk, I want to see it so badly that I feel like a idiot for sending for him anyway.’
The godfather of grime then rehashed arguments from his earlier beef with Stormzy, which came about after Wiley criticised the rapper for collaborating with Ed Sheeran on a grime track.
He said: ‘But I sent for him anyway because he stood up in front of Ed Sheeran and tried to be the Black man security for Ed Sheeran.
‘“Shut up Wiley, you can’t talk to Ed like that”. Yes I can talk to Ed any f’ing way I want to because you never even knew Ed when I did, so relax.
‘You know what Mike, the reason why you’re big is ‘cause of grime and replying back to Chipmunk makes grime bigger. So if you don’t reply, it means you don’t want to make grime bigger, which means you never deserved to use it to get big in the first place mate. Reply!’
In the deleted video which Chip posted last week, Stormzy is heard saying: ‘Telephone me, innit,’ before Chip replied: ‘You think you can just pull up to people’s houses? No I ain’t gonna phone you, Stormzy.’
It’s believed their beef started when Chip teamed up with Skepta and Young Adz on the track Waze, which appeared to feature disses aimed at Stormzy.
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